18 September 2018

2018 Call to Action


It is all hands-on deck and time to use our collective strength 
as a Union to create an impact in the November elections. 
Below are two upcoming events where 
you can help make the difference.

#RedforEd Door-Knocking for 
Pro-Public Education Candidates
Saturday, September 22, 2018
9:00 am – 1:00 pm (or however long you can)
Meet at 9:00 am at Plymouth MEA Office
40500 Ann Arbor Rd., Suite 100
Plymouth, MI 48170

Open House Social
Area pro-public education candidates invited
Saturday, September 29, 2018
Bob Arking’s House in Troy, MI
4:00 – 7:00 pm

Contact Michelle Fecteau in the Union Office at
office@aaupaft.orgto RSVP for either events & for Bob’s address

Please feel free to call the Union Office for further information. 
The number is 313.577.1750

Please contribute to the AFT Michigan PAC (our fundraising goal)

13 September 2018

There is Power in Numbers: Utilizing Group Advising to Promote Student Success

Congratulations to both Shantalea and Helen!

Both are fabulous Union members and dedicated professionals:

22 May 2018

Union Prevails to Stop Reductions in Short-Term Disability/Were You Affected?

read about the short-term disability grievance and the Arbitrator's ruling here

2018 Officer Elections Results

The following were elected:

Vice President: Rita Casey, Associate Professor,
Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Treasurer: Paul Beavers, Librarian IV,
Library Computing & Media Services, Library Systems

Member-at-Large: Deborah Ellis, Professor
Family Medicine, School of Medicine

The new officers have been elected to 2-year terms which begin the Fall 2018 semester. We would like to congratulate them and give our sincere thanks all who participated.

23 April 2018

April 23-May 13, 2018 Executive Board Officers Election

The 2018 Executive Board Officers Election is underway (as of 7:00 a.m. this morning), and you should be receiving an email to your Wayne e-mail address, which includes your unique link to your ballot for voting.

If you do not receive a ballot in your inbox today, first, please check your spam folder to make sure it is not there. If you cannot locate the e-mail in either location, please notify the Union Office at 313-577-1750. There is a process for issuing duplicate unique voting links with the Election Company we are using, which must be strictly adhered to, since this is a secret ballot election.

Please take the time out of your busy schedules to cast your vote in this important election of the Local Union.

Good Luck to all of the candidates running for Union Office!

19 March 2018

Call for Nominations - 2018 Spring Officers Election

Nominations for Local Union Vice President, Treasurer, and Executive Board Member-at-Large are now being accepted.

Nomination forms must be submitted to the AAUP-AFT Union Office by close of the General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Forms may be faxed to (313) 577-8159, scanned and e-mailed to office@aaupaft.org, or mailed or dropped off to the Union Office, located at 5057 Woodward Avenue, Suite 3301, Detroit (in the Maccabees Building, corner of Woodward Avenue and Putnam Street). Nominations will also be accepted from the floor of the AAUP-AFT General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, scheduled from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the Community Room of the Undergraduate Library.

Nominators and Nominees must be active AAUP-AFT, Local 6075 members. The Membership Meeting is only open to Union members.

26 February 2018

Follow Up: Economic Justice Town Hall


The organizers of the Economic Justice Town Hall, a subgroup of the Social Justice Committee of the AAUP-AFT Local 6075 would appreciate your help in providing information for the attached survey.

The need for budget transparency was a common theme that arose from conversations throughout the Town Hall, especially in regard to budget and salary data, which play a critical role in the shared governance of our university. Other general concerns included, but were not limited to:

·       Workload/salary disparities
·       Positions remaining unfilled
·       Lack of travel funds
·       Unhealthy work and building conditions
·       Outdated computers
·       New budget model (RCM)
·       Lack of accountability for administrators
·       Student scholarship access

There was also strong support for taking this information to the Board of Governors. We plan to do just that at the next WSU Board of Governors (BOG) Meeting on Friday, March 23, 2018.
In preparation for this meeting, below is a link to an informal resource survey.

            Survey Link Here

Feedback from the Informal Resource Survey will be used to gather quantitative information to support our current and future efforts in seeking economic justice at our university.

If you are interested in attending the BOG meeting and/or have questions about the Social Justice Committee, please contact Mark Dilley, Director of Organizing, at mdilley@aaupaft.org or 313-942-9454

In Solidarity,


AAUP-AFT Local 6075 members standing together for  
equity, justice, and shared governance in support of the University and the students we serve.